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post #1 of 21
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would the psu be able to handle phenom 4 125w?

would it be able to handle a top notch gpu along with the phenom?

side note, what length gpu can it handle with the h60 if it can even hold it
Edited by 2mer - 1/11/12 at 12:17am
post #2 of 21
Yes, yes, and the SG05 can handle a 9.5" card unless you remove the DVD drive and flip the rad on its side so the "tanks" are facing up and down. Then it can handle about a 10-10.25" card with a little modding.
post #3 of 21
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yikes so i have to mod it? i was hoping to fit a 6870 , perhaps a 560 would work. i dont mind taking off the cage.


as for the slim drive, would http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827151242 work?
i see one sata and a smaller version of it that ive never seen
post #4 of 21
>Slim drive
>10.25" GPU with H60

Pick one.

The problem will not be the PSU but there are no mITX motherboards that are designed to handle a 125w chip. If you look around, you will see that they are all rated at 95w. You can put a 125w if you buy mosfet heatsinks and put them on the board.


For slim drives there is a specific adapter for it. Like this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812530001
     
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my dreams have been shattered. should i just spend a bit more for a i5 or try the apu
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my dreams have been shattered. should i just spend a bit more for a i5 or try the apu

It depends of course what you want to do with it. Are your applications and games are more limited by the CPU or the GPU? Maybe even an i3 is enough for you?
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i have broken the code of pc gaming and bought myself a sager which later broke down. returning back to pc im thinking of a compact gaming pc. i did nt know itx couldnt handle 125
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post #9 of 21
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woah thats too expensive lol. i was planning to us my laptop harddrive, which brings up another question. does that require an extension converter as well??

sugo sg05
evga 560gtx ti
asrock H67M-ITX/HT( comes with a red blue 3d glass which alone gets my purchase)
samsung 8x slim drive
linkworld slim converter
gskill ripjaw 8gb ddr3 1333
i5 2500k ( is it worth getting the k series? )
intel mini wireless because i heard wifi sucked on asrock
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post #10 of 21
It depends on the laptop of course. Some have slimline sata, some have mini sata, some have own thing. Click "Rigbuilder" at the top right of the page and fill in all components you are sure about, and add it to your sig. Then everyone can see what hardware you are planning.
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